Success begins and ends with people. That’s why it becomes even more important to create an environment in which people can excel and that’s in the first place an environment in which people want to work. This is more than the physical workspace or the different financial benefits people get. The company culture defines how people feel and behave. This is generated by the flexibility you offer, the rewards, the technology provided, flexible offices, transparent communication, development opportunities, a clear vision, clear goals, food and fun, meaningful work, coaching & feedback, job crafting, great teams… one maybe more important than the other. The mix will be different for every employee and for every company; if you want to attract and keep talent and shape great teams, you’ll need to understand the different wants and needs. Seeing the world through the eyes of your employees is therefore a first prerequisite to improving or designing a great employee experience.
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